There are very few days to say goodbye to 2020 and prepare for what is to come in 2021. With the pandemic As the epicenter of current life, many have become part of this percentage that began teleworking during the general confinement for him coronavirus, which is not an obstacle to maintaining holidays and bridges in the work calendar.
And although there is uncertainty about when we will be able to travel and fully enjoy a good vacation, or simply be able to go from community to community to visit relatives, Knowing the holidays that we will have in 2021 can make everything get along better or with a little encouragement. And it is that, this new year we will be able to enjoy two great holiday bridges throughout Spain, one more than in 2020. The first of them is that of October 12, which falls on Tuesday, which may give the possibility of linking four days of rest more on the weekend. The second is rather macro-bridge since December 6, the day of the Constitution, falls on a Monday, and December 8, the day of the Immaculate Conception, on Wednesday.
2021 business calendar
However, in 2021 there are a total of 11 national holidays, two less than in 2020, of which only 8 will be held jointly throughout Spain, the same number as this year, according to the resolution of the General Directorate of Labor. The 8 national holidays that will be a party throughout Spain are:
– Friday January 1 (New Years),
– Friday April 2 (Good Friday),
– Saturday May 1 (Labor Festival),
– Tuesday October 12 (National Holiday of Spain),
– Monday, November 1 (All Saints),
– Monday, December 6 (Spanish Constitution Day),
– Wednesday, December 8 (Immaculate Conception)
– Saturday December 25 (Nativity of the Lord).
The 2021 work calendar includes a total of 11 national holidays, two less than in 2020, of which only eight will be held jointly throughout Spain, the same number as this year, according to the resolution of the General Directorate of Labor published this Monday in the Official State Gazette (BOE).
Specific, The eight national holidays that will be a holiday throughout Spain are: Friday, January 1 (New Year), Friday, April 2 (Good Friday), Saturday, May 1 (Labor Day), Tuesday, October 12 (National Holiday of Spain), Monday, November 1 ( All Saints), Monday December 6 (Spanish Constitution Day), Wednesday December 8 (Immaculate Conception) and Saturday December 25 (Nativity of the Lord).
On three other common holidays, on Wednesday, January 6 (Epiphany of the Lord), the Thursday 1 April (Holy Thursday) and Monday, August 16 (Monday following the Assumption of the Virgin), the autonomous communities can move the celebration. In the case of Three Kings Day, January 6, all the autonomous communities have kept it on the same Wednesday. For its part, Thursday, April 1, will be a holiday in all communities except Catalonia and the Valencian Community.
Similarly, the Monday, August 16 It will be a holiday in Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, the Canary Islands and Castilla y León. The rest of the communities have chosen to move the holiday that falls on Sunday to other days of the year.
Friday March 19 (San José) will only be a party in the Valencian Community, Extremadura, the Community of Madrid, Murcia, Galicia, Navarra and the Basque Country. To the national holidays, we must add the regional and local holidays.